Let there be light

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North Ayr­shire Coun­cil is call­ing on Ar­ran res­i­dents not to be left in the dark by re­port­ing street light­ing faults as soon as pos­si­ble.

With darker evenings and morn­ings, the coun­cil’s light­ing team is de­ter­mined to en­sure its thou­sands of street lights stay sparkling.

‘There are around 24,000 street lights across North Ayr­shire, so it is in­evitable that a small num­ber will have faults over the course of the win­ter,’ said Coun­cil­lor Jim Mont­gomerie, cabi­net mem­ber for place.

‘We are ask­ing the pub­lic to keep us in­formed of any faulty street lights and we’ll make sure we get it sorted as soon as we pos­si­bly can. No-one wants to be left in the dark so the sooner we hear about a faulty light, the quicker our re­sponse will be.’

Light­ing fault

Res­i­dents can re­port a light­ing fault through the coun­cil’s web­site at www. north-ayr­shire.gov.uk/light­ing­fault or faults can also be logged by call­ing 01294 310000 dur­ing of­fice hours.

Any res­i­dent who has re­quested a street light­ing re­pair can view the coun­cil’s re­sponse times on­line.

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